Life’s Cycle: Adversities Flows In Through Veins As Existance Flows Out Through Arteries

Scholarship Entrant: Kelsie from College Station, TX
Essay Question: If you could earn a living doing what you love most, what would it be, and how would it change the world? Describe the specific goals you would set to make that dream a reality.
Vote for Kelsie: 7

Deeply passionate about helping others, nursing in the Emergency Room is the occupation I’m striving for not only because it’s what I love doing, but because I must have clear and live intelligence for the brink of death bearings while carrying characteristics of a nun. Staying on my toes every second is vital for those in need of survival. I feel as if I have a special calling outside of nursing in hospitals. Once I learn the skills and tactics veteran mode, I will carry those skills inside the world. Whether down the street or in another country, I want to present the world’s children with unselfish care that life doesn’t stop and neither should they. I hope to be an awakening sign of strength and stability that inspires the weak and strays to find themselves and know that suicide, drugs and alcohol isn’t the answer to their adversities. With such a big dream I must first start off small and steady. Getting through detours and challenges in college, I take my 20’s theme “This is your selfish years” a bit more seriously to build my strengths. Once I have conquered college with a PhD., I plan to find internships at grade A hospitals and organizations to share my mastered talents. Medical school will be tough and I won’t always be successful saving lives, but with perseverance I will be a sign of grace and that is truly a great reason to embrace life.

Vote for Kelsie: 7

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